Hello darlings! My outfit proposal of the day may seem a bit unusual for Spring, but I think it works just fine. I shared this vintage maxi dress on the blog last month (here), but I'm not sure have I shared with you the story of this dress or not. So, here it goes, a family member had this dress custom made for her prom many years ago, and since she is not the same size anymore, she decided to give it to me. I've been wearing it pretty often and I think it's absolutely beautiful. I couldn't resist customizing it a bit, so I did a bit of floral embroidery work on it. I absolutely love doing classical embroidery, but all that work with the needle is very hard on the hands as well as time consuming, so I don't do it as often as I would like to. I'm actually hoping that I'll be able to continue the embroidery floral work on this dress. Right now the part with embroidery is not that large, it's more of a cute detail, but I'll try to make it much larger and hopefully also more visually interesting. I do believe that embroidery is a form of art! What about you? Do you like embroidery? Have you tried doing it yourself? Do you like to wear embroidered items? Embroidery is still trendy, especially the floral embroidery, so if you do like to wear it, you're in luck as the stores are filled with embroidered items right now.
When you wear a black maxi dress, it all comes down to the accessories, doesn't it? With this dress I wore a belt that belongs to another dress, DIY sunglasses and a necklace, ring and earring set that I got for my birthday. Something old, something new, you might say. The reason why I opted for biker boots was that we were planning on doing a lot of walking that day. These images were actually taken on the first of May. As you know, this international holiday is celebrated in many countries. We decided to head for Buna/Bunica, because it is close to where we live, but also because I love this river and the surrounding area. When we arrived, we saw that was a lot of people there, plus the music was too loud, so we decided to go to restaurant across the river. After having coffee and cakes in our favourite place (restaurant/ motel kolo), we decided to pay a visit to our friend who is a friar. He wasn't there, but we took a look around the church and admired all the work they put into this place. It is such a serene place. Nothing like a bit of greenery to relax one's soul, right? Today I'm attending a wedding, but I might go someplace this weekend. We have some plans, but they aren't fixed yet. What about you? Do you have any plans for the weekend? Thank you for reading and have a lovely weekend!
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